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Discuss [Tutorial] Easy way to run Leopard on VMWare in Windows <- No Dual Booting required!! at the Tutorials - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by VPanther I have Leopard 10.5.2 from pcwiz , preconfigured as a Vmware ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by VPanther View Post
    I have Leopard 10.5.2 from pcwiz, preconfigured as a Vmware virtual machine. Runs fine, no issues. The problem is that i can't seem to update to 1.5.4. Ran the update over 10 times, both on my PC and laptop. Followed these instructions as described (combined update .dmg from Apple, delete the AppleIntelCPUPowermanagement.kext, edit /System/Library/Extensions/Dont Steal Mac OS X.kext). Update comes to a successful completion-no problems there. But...
    On first reboot: ***Virtual machine kernel stack fault (hardware reset)***

    No matter what I do, same outcome, on both computers. Any ideas for x86 newbie? Please?
    You can try and catch the boot with F8 and enter "-v -x -f" and see if that helps you get past that first boot after updating.


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    Is this for 64-bit hosts only ?!?

    I tried it on my XP runing on a P4 dell i9100, and it complains that:

    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| Msg_Post: Warning
    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| [msg.monitorInit.vmm64.initHost.longmode] This host's CPU does not support longmode.
    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| [msg.cpuid.noLongmode] You have configured this virtual machine to use a 64-bit guest operating system. However, this host's CPU is not capable of running 64-bit virtual machines or this virtual machine has 64-bit support disabled.
    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| For more detailed information, see http://www.vmware.com/info?id=152---...--------------

    It remains at the apple logo, spining indefnitly ...

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    So I can "temporarily" run the leapordOSX? Then buy a license copy and have this OS and another operating system run? I'm making sense right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OdynOOb View Post
    Is this for 64-bit hosts only ?!?

    I tried it on my XP runing on a P4 dell i9100, and it complains that:

    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| Msg_Post: Warning
    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| [msg.monitorInit.vmm64.initHost.longmode] This host's CPU does not support longmode.
    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| [msg.cpuid.noLongmode] You have configured this virtual machine to use a 64-bit guest operating system. However, this host's CPU is not capable of running 64-bit virtual machines or this virtual machine has 64-bit support disabled.
    Sep 24 00:11:40.312: vmx| For more detailed information, see http://www.vmware.com/info?id=152---...--------------

    It remains at the apple logo, spining indefnitly ...
    Ok so from what I've been able to guess, and as this is for SSE3 only, my CPU must be SSE2 ...

    Any one knows if it's possible to get this working on SSe2 and how ?

    TIA

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    Default 10.5.3 on VMware

    Hey everyone...

    Lately I've been trying to run Leopard on VMware. I followed this tutorial and succeded in running Leopard 10.5.2 on VMware... But I actually need Leopard 10.5.3..
    Isn't there a 10.5.3 preprepped virtual machine like the 10.5.2 one?
    If not - how can I upgrade this 10.5.2 to 10.5.3? Is there a tutorial for that too?


    Thanks alot


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    I like this, but you can upgrade!

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    It works perfectly, first try. Thanks!
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    im a noob at this so can u help me with this im getting an error saying Error while powering on: The VMware Authorization Service is not running.
    can someone please help i really wanted to use this

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    Exclamation Site doesn't work???

    the site linked to the tutorial doesn't work...could someone re-post it or something? thanks!

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    Very nice this.. and thanks to tell me this via pm


 

 

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